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Consequences of the Russian strike on the Kharkiv five-story building in the photos of Yakiv Lyashenko

Kharkiv, May 31, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko

 

Another terrorist attack by Russians in Kharkiv. At midnight on May 31, several explosions occurred in Kharkiv: Russian troops fired S-300 and S-400 missiles at residential buildings from the territory of Belgorod region.


As a result: 25 people were injured, eight were hospitalized, two of them in serious condition. Two children were also hospitalized: a 12-year-old girl and an 11-year-old boy. Both are in moderate condition. The death toll from the strike has risen to five in the morning. This was reported by the head of the Kharkiv regional military administration, Oleh Syniehubov.


Kharkiv, May 31, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko


“The death toll has increased, another man's body was unblocked from the rubble. In total, five people were killed in the Russian terrorist attack overnight. All services are working at the scene,” he wrote.


Kharkiv, May 31, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko


The rubble is being cleared at the site of the destruction, as there may still be people under it. There was no military infrastructure nearby, emphasizes Syniehubov.


Kharkiv, May 31, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko


In addition, the enemy again used the tactic of double strikes. Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov noted that among the injured were a medical worker and a policewoman who immediately arrived at the scene of the explosion.


In total, five hits were recorded in Novobavarsky district: one rocket hit a five-story residential building, another hit next to a five-story building, damaged more than 20 multi-story residential buildings, and destroyed a private enterprise.


Kharkiv, May 31, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko


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